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131  WWP Round 40 - Yule Swap Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Wulf on: December 07, 2012 07:41:22 PM

Snowflake by J. Star, on Flickr

Yule Present Swap Gallery

Unwrap your Yule presents here!

Partners for this swap were:

deathbeforedishes <--> Rosie1981
monnie31 <--> LA-fairy
witchhippie <--> whileitsraining
jennden <--> spazgirl1981
Wulf <--> MamanTattoo

Swap Status:
Still Crafting Sent         Partner Received   Feedback Posted
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132  WWP Round 40 - Yule Present Swap - signups to Nov 17 sendouts Dec 11 in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Wulf on: November 08, 2012 08:16:14 PM

Snowflake by J. Star, on Flickr

Swap name: WWP Round 40 - Yule Present Swap
Craftster member who is organizing this swap: Wulf
Sign-up date range: November 8 to 17, 2012
Date to send item by: December 11, 2012
Limited to a certain number of people?: NO
Restricted to people who all live in the same country? NO
Age requirement? Swap participants must be 18 years old or have moderator approval.

Swap Organizer himself meets these conditions:
- Has fully read the Swap Info Guide: YES
- Has successfully completed two swaps as a participant: YES
- Is not organizing more than three swaps right now: Yes
- Will recruit a co-organizer or give all details to a Swap Moderator if this swap has more than 25 participants: YES
- Is at least 18 years old: YES

Swap Organizer will check each participant to make sure they meet these conditions:
- Has been a member for at least one month: YES
- Has posted at least 15 times: YES
- Has completed one swap successfully before signing up for multiple swaps at a time: YES
- Is not currently signed up for more than five swaps: YES
- Does not have any negative feedback: YES
- Participant has agreed that he/she is at least 18 years old: YES

Yule Present Swap
The Swap Gallery

The festival of Yule marks the lowest point on the Wheel of the Year. The days have been growing shorter until the night has triumphed over daylight, winter weather is truly here now, and much of the plant and animal world has died or withdrawn from view. But we greet the Winter Solstice not with gloom and dread but with celebration! It is a time of parties, feasts, family gatherings, colourful lights and decorations, music and above all, the sharing of presents. As we exchange presents with family and friends, let's also share handmade gifts among our WWP family.

For this swap, send your partner a handmade, gift-wrapped present to be opened on Yule (December 21st). This is a substantial swap, so your package should contain at least one large item, or two medium items, a medium and two small items, or three or more small items. You may also include other items (made or purchased) for your partner's children or other family members if you like, but you should discuss it with your partner first.

Some information on the Sabbat: https://www.circlesanctuary.org/index.php/celebrating-the-seasons/winter-solstice

To participate, complete this questionnaire, and PM it to the organizer, Wulf. Participants must post in the swap thread at least once a week, and maintain regular communication with their partners. Sharing the package you've received with everyone else is an important part of swapping, please post photos in the Swap Gallery. If you won't be able to for some reason, be sure to let your partner know early so they can take photos before sending.

Name of swap: WWP Round 40 - Yule Present Swap
Craftster username
Email address
Your real name
Mailing address including the country
Would you be willing to ship to an address outside your own country?
Confirm that are at least 16 years old or, if not, that you have moderator approval(YES/NO)

What is your philosophy/religion/branch/etc.?

What deity/deities/etc. is/are special to you?

Do you celebrate Yule, and if so, do you celebrate with your family, alone or with friends? What sort of things do you usually do for Yule? Do you also celebrate Christmas? (or Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, etc.)

Are you out of the broom closet? (Do your friends and/or family know you are Pagan?)

Are you ok with tasteful nudity?

Do you have favorite colors, stones, herbs, etc?

Do you have a Wist, Pinterest or other information to share with your partner?

Is there anything you would especially like to receive?

Is there anything you do NOT want?

Would you be willing to learn about and craft for someone else's traditions that may be different from your own?

Is there anything you wouldn't be willing to craft for because of your beliefs?

What kinds of crafts do you do?

Do you have any allergies or aversions to anything? What are they?

What allergens are in your environment?

Anything else you want to add?




deathbeforedishes <--> Rosie1981
monnie31 <--> LA-fairy
witchhippie <--> whileitsraining
jennden <--> spazgirl1981
Wulf <--> MamanTattoo
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133  Re: Surpise Halloween ATC swap 2012 in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Wulf on: October 16, 2012 11:27:47 AM
Alas, the end has come for me too, with my two remaining partners' cards arriving yesterday and today. Sad But that means I get to share them with you, which makes me happy.

I got two ATCs from each of them, which is a double-bonus! First, from ghilie:

A Manga-fairy-vampire with a fabulous handbag, and a great composition with spiders, a flower and a tiny 3-D portrait of a vampire. So there's kind of a theme there.

And continuing the theme with these two from fancybutch:

Both wonderfully textured and beautifully simple. I especially love the rich colour on the zombie one. And it turns out fancybutch and I are practically neighbours. Well, we live across the city from each other, but I was on her street only a few weeks ago, so that counts!

Thanks both of you for these great cards. I wish they would just keep coming, but all things must end. Cry

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134  Re: Surpise Halloween ATC swap 2012 in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by Wulf on: October 03, 2012 05:36:41 PM

Here's what I got from the amazing  Gozer today. Did I mention it was amazing? And as if that wasn't enough, she included a set of her Movie Monster cards too. I'm in awe.

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135  Re: WWP Round 38 Mabon Harvest Swap Gallery (Signups 8-12 to 8-20, SO 9-15) in The Swap Gallery by Wulf on: September 26, 2012 01:27:27 PM
Wow! So much great stuff! I love the colours on everything in this gallery - all my favourites!

I finally received from EmilyWilde yesterday. (I send four days late and my package gets there three days earlier. Hmmm...) I'd mentioned that I will be camping at our local Harvest Festival next weekend, so she sent me things that would be suitable for a makeshift outdoor altar.

First up, a sweet little box painted like a Gypsy vardo, and two little disks for placing offerings on. They're salt clay (is that right, Emily?), so they would be biodegradable if left outdoors. I love that.

Next, a slab of wood with a really striking Horned God design burned on it, and a tiny offering pail with Baba Yaga's name on it in Russian. Brilliant! But that's not all - Emily's woodburner was smoking up a storm...

The other side of the slab has Pan  and the Triple Goddess on it! And there's a second offering pot, this one with Thor's hammer, just to cover all the possibilities. The wood slab can be used as a portable offering table, or hung (or propped) up as an altarpiece. I love how practical it is. Cheesy

My favourite of all, though, is this wonderful knitted pouch. You've nailed my taste absolutely perfectly! I'm not sure what I'll put in it (it's the right size for Tarot cards) but it'll be well used. And with it, three little handmade leaf soaps (unscented - thank you!) that are almost too lovely to wash with, and a tiny bar of lemongrass soap from Powell's Books in Portland, just because Emily knows I love Powell's. That's so sweet!

And it was all topped off with this fantastic letterpress-printed card. Just beautiful. Thanks so much for all this, Emily! You've been a terrific swap partner!

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136  Re: Wicked Children Altered Tin Gallery! in The Swap Gallery by Wulf on: August 28, 2012 05:58:21 PM
First off, I love the Borg Queen! The beehive thing is just perfect.

And second, I finally opened my package from Jillybeans. Yes, it's true! And was it worth the wait? You bet it was! In fact, if I had any idea how fabulous it is, I wouldn't have been able to resist peeking. (Though I pretty much knew what kind of brilliance to expect.)

So without further ado... meet little Salvador Dali!

There's so much about this I love that I don't even know what to say. The baby bottle propped up on crutches, the butterfly on the crown, his wee moustache and pouty lips, the kimono pyjamas... all utterly perfect.

But wait! You can lift the picture of little Salvador to glimpse what's inside his head. Do you dare?

It's exactly what I would expect. (There's the flaming giraffe from Jillybeans' teaser!)

The back is great, too.

And he brought a friend over to play! Jillybeans' first attempt at a tin was unsuccessful  Huh so she took the lid off and turned it into a sort of shadowbox ATC. What a lil' cutie!

Thanks so much for these two, Jillybeans. I'm terribly sorry I had to make you wait so long, and all the more because I could already have been enjoying them for weeks now.

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137  Re: Prayer Flag Swap Gallery (send by Aug. 3 2012) in The Swap Gallery by Wulf on: August 20, 2012 07:12:02 PM
Rosie1981 is swamped with work and hasn't had time to post a photo of the flag I sent her, so I'll do so.

This wasn't one of the words on Rose's list - I just had the idea of incorporating something round into the middle of it, and it evolved into a dreamcatcher, which led to the text. It's a vintage linen handkerchief, cut down in size and dyed. The writing is done in puff paint.

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138  Re: Personal/Private Swap Gallery, 2012 in The Swap Gallery by Wulf on: August 17, 2012 08:02:58 PM
Not quite a swap, just a unilaterally-sent package, but I just received some wonderful vintage French linens from the fabulous EdelC, bought last month on her now-annual European Camper Van Tour, and I just have to share them somewhere.

I've never even owned one handkerchief case before, and now I have three! It makes me feel all Jane Austen-y. Here's a detail of the embroidered farmer so you can see the geese in the baskets he's carrying!

The handkerchief cases might have been made by young girls, but the lace on this linen cloth is the work of someone who's been doing it for many years. Absolutely exquisite.

This little cut-work napkin is the sort of thing you see in stores today, machine-made in China. But this is the original thing. Look at the detail of the butterfly:

Thanks, Edel!  Kiss It was very sweet of you to think of me, and when you least expect it, something might just land in your mailbox in return!

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139  Re: Prayer Flag Swap Gallery (send by Aug. 3 2012) in The Swap Gallery by Wulf on: August 09, 2012 06:10:11 PM
I got my second flag today, from Rosie1981.

In addition to my list, I said "do whatever you like" and she did this beautifully minimal forest sketch in oil pastels, and embroidered the text on it. (Unfortunately the photo doesn't show how textural the embroidery is in real life.)

Thanks, Rose! I love Robert Frost, and I like how you only needed three words to suggest the entire poem.

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140  Re: Prayer Flag Swap Gallery (send by Aug. 3 2012) in The Swap Gallery by Wulf on: August 07, 2012 08:02:03 PM
I love that one, Cinnamoon!

Here's another ten flags...

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